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Global Technology Resources, Inc. (GTRI) has won a contract to supply TriMet, Portland, Oregon's Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District with Cisco Systems hardware, software and a broad range of professional services to maintain, upgrade and/or replace current networking infrastructure. ...
The Alaska Railroad Corporation (ARRC) Board of Directors elected a new Board Chair, Linda Leary, during a regular board meeting on February 16. Governor Sean Parnell appointed Leary to the ARRC Board in October 2009. Outgoing Chair John Binkley expressed his confidence in Leary's transportation exp ...
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has released funding recommendations for 10 new capital transit construction projects around the country as part of President Obama's FY12 budget request. The Obama Administration's budget proposal included a record $3.2 billion in funding for 28 transit ...
ARINC Incorporated, as part of a team led by Parsons Corporation, an international engineering, construction, technical, and management services firm, has been named to provide three key subsystems for the first Positive Train Control system used on a U.S. commuter railroad. Parsons Co ...
The L.A. Times reports that Florida Gov. Rick Scott has announced that he's rejecting $2.4 billion in federal stimulus money President Obama's administration had earmarked for a high-speed train connecting Orlando and Tampa. "You don't have to be an economic expert to know when yo ...
Amtrak passengers have a new way to get information and share the unique experience of Amtrak train travel with today's launch of the Amtrak YouTube Channel. The channel will feature videos with information on topics such as safety and security, the Trails & Rails program and the A ...
Caltrans and Amtrak California have launched a new northbound Pacific Surfliner express train service between San Diego and Los Angeles that will cut the travel time for the trip by 15-20 minutes. "In an effort to be more responsive to passengers traveling between San Diego and Lo ...
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will conduct significant safety and reliability work on the Blue, Orange and Red lines to comply with National Transportation Safety Board recommendations during the holiday weekend, causing some temporary service changes for customers that will ...
The American Public Transportation Association is extremely pleased with the federal investment proposed for public transportation and high-speed rail in President Obama's FY 12 budget. "We applaud President Obama for his leadership and vision in making public transportation and ...
14 February 2011

Obama

The Central Corridor Light Rail Transit Project is a big winner in President Obama's fiscal 2012 budget. The U.S. Department of Transportation's FY2012 Budget Highlights released with the president's budget shows funding for Central Corridor quadrupling from $45 million recommended in fiscal 20 ...
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